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Demise of Religion? Not Yet
Census figures on religion in Australia released last Thursday once again paint a picture of change in the religious composition of Australia. The...Read more...
Travelling Sisters Roadshow in Tasmania
Launched in early 2011, the Travelling Sisters' Roadshow is a novel educational initiative that raises awareness about the mission of the Mary...Read more...
Radiothon 2012
Between now and 10pm on June 30 ultra106.5fm is hoping to raise $140,000 during the radio stations major annual fund raiser. General manager...Read more...
Lucky St Therese’s!
St Therese’s Catholic School recently hosted Australia’s first Children’s Laureate author and illustrator, Alison Lester, who came...Read more...
Tasmanian Churches featured in Compass
On  June 24 at 6:30pm some of Tasmania’s most special church buildings will feature on Compass on ABC 1. The program is entitled Tasmanian...Read more...
Silly but serious at Centacare
On a recent training course at Centacare in Launceston, a regional manager was wearing a jester’s hat while a social worker told jokes. ...Read more...
Marriage Equality - No Consequences? Think Again
In 2012 a number of Private Member’s Bills and a Greens Party Bill were presented to Federal Parliament and referred to a Senate...Read more...
CWLA Continues Dedicated Work
“I believe in the genius of women. Even in the darkest periods that genius is found, which is the leaven of human progress and history.”...Read more...
Calvary reaching out to rural folk
Amid the tractors and farm tools, Calvary Health Care Tasmania was found at AGFEST this year in a combined tent with Capital Chemist. As is...Read more...
St Vincent de Paul Winter Appeal
The St Vincent de Paul Society is experiencing a high demand for their services as individuals and families across Southern Tasmania struggle...Read more...
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